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Arizona Cardinals bring in a youthful mind in Spencer Whipple as offensive quality control coach

NCAA Football: Temple at Massachusetts Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports

The final coaching introduction is one that you should already know.

Walter wrote two wonderful pieces on the incoming offensive quality control coach Spencer Whipple.

Here is part one.

Here is part two.

From the team:

Whipple comes to the Cardinals after coaching the past five seasons (2014-18) at the University of Massachusetts where he served as the passing game coordinator/quarterbacks coach last season. He joined the UMass staff in 2014 as tight ends coach before working the following three seasons (2015-17) as wide receivers coach. Last season, UMass wide receiver Andy Isabella was a Biletnikoff Award finalist after leading the FBS in the regular season with 1,698 receiving yards. He finished second in the nation with 102 receptions and fifth in the country with 13 touchdown receptions. Whipple also tutored wide receiver Tajae Sharpe, who was drafted by the Titans in the fifth round of the 2016 NFL Draft. Prior to working at UMass, Whipple served as a defensive graduate assistant and video assistant at the University of Pittsburgh. He played collegiately for two seasons (2010-11) at the University of Miami after previous stops at the University of Pittsburgh (2007) and UMass (2008). His father, Mark, previously served as the head coach at UMass and also worked in the NFL with Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Cleveland.